In this episode, Hafsa talks with Professor Helena Cooper Thomas, from AUT, about her research expertise related to newcomers in organisations. More importantly, Helena offers important advice on do’s and dont’s of research student supervision.
In this episode, Hafsa talks with Professor Neal Ashkanasy (ANZAM Life Fellow and Professor of Management at University of Queensland) about his journey into academia and his research on emotions in decisions; Neal also offers great advice for early career researchers.
In this episode, Professor Kate Kearins (PVC and Dean of Business, Economic and Law, Auckland University of Technology, ANZAM Life Fellow, and ANZAM 2016 President) talks about her involvement with ANZAM over the years, the benefits of being involved with an organisation, and the changing face of conferences.
History was made on 3 December 2020 with the first virtual ANZAM Annual General Meeting. The handover of the Presidency from Professor Melanie Bryant (University of Tasmania) to Professor Kerry Brown (ECU) was also accomplished virtually.
The Doctoral Webinar – Staying Well (while social distancing) – was held on 1 December 2020. Internationally-recognised public speaker, educator, and researcher, Hugh Kearns, shared a number of strategies, including: Dealing with isolation and staying motivated. Dealing with distractions and keeping focussed. Learning how to switch off and actions you can take. The slides from the Webinar are also available… Continue Reading.
This Doctoral Webinar – Get ready to apply…for your first academic role – was held on 30 November 2020. ANZAM 2019-20 President, Professor Melanie Bryant, covered issues such as: Understanding key elements of academic job application and résumé Learning how to address key selection criteria and their importance. Preparing for attending the interview. The slides from the Webinar are also… Continue Reading.
This years workshop will be a virtual event, taking place on 30th November 2021. Reach out to the ANZAM Board’s Doctoral Representative, Mohammed Khaiata (email@example.com), with any enquiries.
This webinar brought together key Australian and New Zealand academics who balanced research and teaching during the global pandemic. Universities largely focused on teaching and learning during this period for frontline staff, but how did academics manage to keep their research focused (or not) and/or how did they plan to refocus moving forward? The webinar highlighted key insights around these… Continue Reading.